Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. announces 2022 scholarships

 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college-educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. The Roanoke Alumnae Chapter is proud to have awarded six college scholarships to well-deserving local high school graduates. Scholarship funds are raised through various fundraising efforts, such as the Jabberwock Production, Double Good Popcorn sales, and other events. As a result of these fundraising efforts, the chapter is fortunate to award an average of 10,000 in scholarships annually. 

   This year’s recipients are Shauna P. – Roanoke City graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Dance Performance and Education; Jada V– Salem graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Child Development and Family Studies. 

   The Inez Hanley Scholarship Recipients: Jaylen R.- Roanoke County graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Biology; Mya R.- Roanoke County graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Kinesiology; Sanii N.F– Roanoke County graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in Business Finance; and Treya G.- Roanoke City graduate who will attend a four-year university, majoring in Biology.    

   The Executive Board and chapter members wish each recipient well in their future endeavors. Danielle Burks is chapter President and Tanisha Nash, Scholarship Chair.